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Is it possible to reach master level without studingstudying theory?

Wikipedia page for GM Granda from Peru says:

Julio Granda does not study opening theory. He has said that he has only read a chess book, the third volume of the General Chess Treaty of Roberto Grau. Anyway, he admits reading magazines and reviewing the Informant, which together with his excellent memory and assimilation capacity, has allowed him to win important tournaments and titles.

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Is this possible? Can one become a master without studingstudying theory at all?

Is it possible to reach master level without studing theory?

Wikipedia page for GM Granda from Peru says:

Julio Granda does not study opening theory. He has said that he has only read a chess book, the third volume of the General Chess Treaty of Roberto Grau. Anyway, he admits reading magazines and reviewing the Informant, which together with his excellent memory and assimilation capacity, has allowed him to win important tournaments and titles.

Google translation from spanish wikipedia.

Is this possible? Can one become a master without studing theory at all?

Is it possible to reach master level without studying theory?

Wikipedia page for GM Granda from Peru says:

Julio Granda does not study opening theory. He has said that he has only read a chess book, the third volume of the General Chess Treaty of Roberto Grau. Anyway, he admits reading magazines and reviewing the Informant, which together with his excellent memory and assimilation capacity, has allowed him to win important tournaments and titles.

Google translation from spanish wikipedia.

Is this possible? Can one become a master without studying theory at all?

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Wikipedia page for GM Granda from Peru says:

Julio Granda does not study opening theory. He has said that he has only read a chess book, the third volume of the General Chess Treaty of Roberto Grau. Anyway, he admits reading magazines and reviewing the Informant, which together with his excellent memory and assimilation capacity, has allowed him to win important tournaments and titles.

Google translation from spanish wikipedia.

Is this possible? Can one become a master withotwithout studing theory at all?

Wikipedia page for GM Granda from Peru says:

Julio Granda does not study opening theory. He has said that he has only read a chess book, the third volume of the General Chess Treaty of Roberto Grau. Anyway, he admits reading magazines and reviewing the Informant, which together with his excellent memory and assimilation capacity, has allowed him to win important tournaments and titles.

Google translation from spanish wikipedia.

Is this possible? Can one become a master withot studing theory at all?

Wikipedia page for GM Granda from Peru says:

Julio Granda does not study opening theory. He has said that he has only read a chess book, the third volume of the General Chess Treaty of Roberto Grau. Anyway, he admits reading magazines and reviewing the Informant, which together with his excellent memory and assimilation capacity, has allowed him to win important tournaments and titles.

Google translation from spanish wikipedia.

Is this possible? Can one become a master without studing theory at all?

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Is it possible to reach master level without studing theory?

Wikipedia page for GM Granda from Peru says:

Julio Granda does not study opening theory. He has said that he has only read a chess book, the third volume of the General Chess Treaty of Roberto Grau. Anyway, he admits reading magazines and reviewing the Informant, which together with his excellent memory and assimilation capacity, has allowed him to win important tournaments and titles.

Google translation from spanish wikipedia.

Is this possible? Can one become a master withot studing theory at all?